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rip-off




Definitions

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rip-off
     1. n. A bad deal; an unfair price or rate.
     2. n. A theft or robbery.
     3. n. A scam.
     4. n. A copy, especially one that is illegal or inferior.

Example Sentences

The law was just an excuse for the manufacturers to charge rip-off prices, it argued. 
Follow the money to those benefiting from this rip-off
But there have been stories of rip-off undertakers overcharging the bereaved, and the industry was forced to make changes. 


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